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Brain and Cognition

Seminar: Brain and Cognition: Neuroethics - Modern Brain Science and some of its Ethical  Implications
Instructors: A. Aertsen, T. Ball, C. Boucsein, S. Cardoso de Oliveira, J. Clausen, U. Egert, R. Illing, G. Majo, C. Mehring, O. Müller, S. Rotter, A. Schulze-Bonhage
Location: Hörsaal EG, BCCN, Hansastr. 9a
Time: 2-days block, Jan 31 - Feb 01, 2008
Preliminary discussion:
Oct 30, 2007, 17:00h, Hansastr. 9a
Credits: 2st, WP,TZ (Wahlpflichtfach Bio (Physik), SFB505)

This seminar is intended for Master's students ("Hauptstudium") in the Natural Sciences with a special interest in the structure and function of the Mammalian Brain. On the basis of selected research papers, both classical and recent, the participants discuss and elaborate on the topic of the seminar, together with members of the multi-disciplinary Research Group "Neurobiology and Biophysics". The Seminar is organized each semester on a different topic in the field of modern Brain Research. This particular seminar organized jointly with collegues from the Department for Ethics and History in Medicine will focus on teh ethical implications of recent developments in brain-machine-interfacing.

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